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Old 05-25-06, 11:32 AM   #1
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Sugino 75 Crank dustcaps: Where can I grab some?

Admittedly, I haven't googled the hell out of this yet, but does anyone know offhand of any place, on or offline (I'm in NYC) that I can purchase a replacement dustcap for a Sugino 75 crank??

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ask juvi-kyle. he hates those things so he might have a set laying around
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dust caps are like eating poop, that **** is the worst...
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callin bike works or habitat might do the trick.
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Ok, dog. Easy there. I know you like it raw. Seriously, if you want to give me all your ex-caps, I'll gladly take them. I'll paypal a couple ducats your way.
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Ok, dog. Easy there. I know you like it raw. Seriously, if you want to give me all your ex-caps, I'll gladly take them. I'll paypal a couple ducats your way.
I melt them down ass soon as I get them...but I will keep you in mind next time.
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dust caps are like eating poop, that **** is the worst...
i saw a thread about dustcaps and opened it just to see you rag on somebody.i <3 you.
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i saw a thread about dustcaps and opened it just to see you rag on somebody.i <3 you.
Yup. It's AWESOME when Juvi-Kyle's internet persona "rags" on someone. It's SOOOO COOOOOL. In fact, I'm having difficulty typing because I can't stop laughing. I <3 him too.

For the record, dustcaps have both positive and negatives. The positive for me is that if my crank comes loose and suddenly comes off (which it has in the past) it can help keep me from loosing the bolt.
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Yup. It's AWESOME when Juvi-Kyle's internet persona "rags" on someone. It's SOOOO COOOOOL. In fact, I'm having difficulty typing because I can't stop laughing. I <3 him too.

For the record, dustcaps have both positive and negatives. The positive for me is that if my crank comes loose and suddenly comes off (which it has in the past) it can help keep me from loosing the bolt.
internet persona.......hahahahaha.never met kyle,have you?
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HOLLA...I think you should have someone else install your cranks.

edit: I am comin to NY for the Puma races...we will meet then.
edit edit: is that how you spell "install?" **** looks crazy!
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I am guessing you mean these:


Which can be bought on-line at Lickton Bikes.

Or at most bike shops in the city, Conrad's definitely, Bikeworks probably...

I think I have some lying around...I'll check my apartment tonight when I get home...
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airbomb has them. http://store.airbomb.com/ItemDesc.asp?IC=CR1274
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Those are crank arm bolts.



These are dustcaps. Not Sugino, but I think this is what you mean.
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http://www.lickbike.com/lickimages/0248.gif

my 75's have this kind of bolt with sugino 75 imprinted in them. pretty sweet/
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Those are crank arm bolts.
Yeah, but they come with built-in dustcaps. no need for a separate screw-in dust cap. And these are the bolts/dustcaps that come with Sugino 75s.
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word. I want what's in the pic that Jose R. threw up. The 8mm crank bolts. $4.50 for a set of crankbolts/caps isn't bad at all. I guess I didn't realize that they were "built-in". Thanks guys.

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$.75/ea. at my lbs.
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i want some suntour ones. juvi give me some suntour ones.
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Sugino Alloy Dust Caps, what crank arm bolts?

I see the last post was 2006. But I didn't see the offering that is the current, which is the black alloy dust cap, Sugino white lettering, with a 5mm allen key hole and the threads on the outer circumference. Are there even threads on the crank arms that support such a screw in dust cap? Are the dust caps compatible with the 8mm standard crank arm bolts as displayed by Jose R 'cause those are what I have and there doesn't seem to be room for any cap to fit flush with the crank arms?!

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I see the last post was 2006. But I didn't see the offering that is the current, which is the black alloy dust cap, Sugino white lettering, with a 5mm allen key hole and the threads on the outer circumference. Are there even threads on the crank arms that support such a screw in dust cap? Are the dust caps compatible with the 8mm standard crank arm bolts as displayed by Jose R 'cause those are what I have and there doesn't seem to be room for any cap to fit flush with the crank arms?!

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No. You need to get 15mm hex cap screws and washers. The dust caps screw into the crankarm puller threads.
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OMG... I can't believe I didn't have those, this entire time! Cost cutting sugino bastards.... I want them now.
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they arnt njs...so they dont work
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Woah, calm down there. Lets not get our undies in a tangle.
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